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Expatriate living

Whether you are only planning to stay for two to three years abroad, or whether you’re a confirmed emigrant, we hope our insights will be of use.

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Our clients are based in 160 countries and many are expatriates. We recognise that there are many reasons why you choose to live abroad, or are about to move. However, you need to understand that your decision to relocate has implications on your finances, and which vary depending on your circumstances. Any subsequent choices also impact your finances, including how you plan to return home.

We believe in a broad range of support for expatriates

Money management

The art of property investing

29 Jul

   |   30 mins

What should investors consider when buying property, and how should they balance property versus other investment options? Watch our webinar to hear our views.

Expatriate living

A plan for expat living

23 Jul

   |   3 mins

Elliott Prescott explains how planning your finances as an expat ensures that you can maintain a great lifestyle and plan properly for the future.

Expatriate living

5 considerations when buying UK property

23 Jul

   |   4 mins

International investors buying UK property should realise there are a number of considerations to bear in mind, with five critical topics as Andrew Bates explains.

Money management

Different property tax holidays for England, Scotland and Wales

16 Jul

   |   3 mins

Rishi Sunak’s stamp duty ‘holiday’ to boost the English and Northern Irish housing markets is similar to that in Scotland and Wales. But there are differences.

Expatriate living

The overseas demand for UK property

25 Jun

   |   3 mins

Andrew Bates explains some of the many reasons why UK property is in high demand, but also highlights some of the hurdles for UK nationals living abroad.

Expatriate living

Why retirement planning is always important

22 Jun

   |   4 mins

Karen Bennett explains why planning for retirement is always important, how you can start to think through the decisions and why starting early brings benefits.

Case study: relocating to the UK

1 Apr

   |   1 min

A couple planned to move to the UK for their children’s education, but wanted to ensure their finances would enable them to be able to relocate in the future.

Money management

A plan for life

8 Jan

   |   4 mins

Many aspects of life could benefit from a wealth plan. John Williams, head of wealth planning, highlights how it helps expatriates, beneficiaries and retirees.

29 July | ONLINE

The Art of Property Investing

The temporary stamp duty holiday has increased the number UK property enquiries dramatically, and also with overseas investors.
Watch the webinar video with John Williams, Lucy Willers and Martin Ibanez as they set out what should investors consider when buying property, and how should they balance property versus the plethora of other investment options to ensure better long term outcomes for their finances.

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If you are interested in becoming a client, please complete the form via the ‘become a client’ button below. Alternatively, if you are already a client, or if you have a question about how we help clients in particular circumstances, please use the ‘contact us’ button.

 

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